For class next week, please prepare to discuss the following questions: Rofes (2005) makes clear distinctions between liberal and radical conceptualizations of addressing homophobia and heterosexism in k-12 schools. Prepare to discuss these distinctions with examples from schools you attended. How does Rofes (2005) discuss childhood? What do the liberal and radical distinctions of addressing homophobia and heterosexism have to do with contemporary understandings of childhood? What do you believe and what is your vision for the school where you hope to be teaching in the next four years?
Educational foundations, Pt. II Who Are Today’s Students? p. 29
Educational foundations, Chapter4 What Should Teachers Do? Ebonics and Culturally Responsive Instruction / Lisa Delpit, p. 31
Educational foundations, Chapter5. Racism, Discrimination, and Expectations of Students’ Achievement / Sonia Nieto, p. 44
Discussion I: Who are Today’s Students? The Complexities of Race in American Education
Part 1. The Plurality of Black Lives — Introduction
ORGANIZING YOUR PRIVILEGE | So ask yourself… “What is my privilege? What resources or skills do I have that can be leveraged for social change and how can I enable my friends to realize and act in the same way?”